Dry Stone Walling Bursary Training Portfolio
16.07.18 - 12.07.19
Workbook Two consists of five questions. Together the questions cover a range of topics that are useful to a dry stone waller. Questions 1 & 2 cover the classification of rocks and how to calcuate the volumes & tonnage needed for building a dry stone wall. Questions 3 & 4 cover the structure of a dry stone wall and the potential faults that could occur for a number of reasons. The final question looks at how a dry stone wall provides habitat for a variety of organisms.
The answers are mostly highlights and are not intended to give a full understanding of all the topics covered. Instead they serve as an introduction that should be build on over time and with experience.
Workbook 2: Calculate
Calculate the volume of the following walls:
For each of the walls above, calculate the tonnage needed for each of these type of stone:
The values for Volume (2) and Tonnes needed (2) account for the wall being made up of 15% air.
|A||Cotswold Oolitic Limestone||2.0||10.8||20.4||9.18||18.36|
|B||Old Red Sandstone||2.35||67.5||158.63||57.37||134.82|
|C||Portland Oolitic Limestone||2.15||64.4||138.46||54.74||117.69|
Give 3 common sources of stone:
Surface field stone
Derelict walls & buildings
Self quarried stone
Professionally quarried stone
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Projects covered include:
- Free estimates & quotations
- Traditional dry stone walling
- Retaining Walls
- Cheek ends / wall heads
- Garden walls
- Field Walls
- Gap Repairs
- New walls with new or reclaimed stone
- Boundary walls
- Ornamental walls feature walls
- Dry stone walls with mortared coping stones
- Mortared walls
Areas We Cover
Lancashire boroughs of
- Blackburn with Darwen
- and further afield ...
Services also extended to our nearest neighbours in:
- Hebden Bridge
- Sowerby Bridge
- ...and everywhere within that geographical circle